Tag: Hypothyroid

MTHFR Conditions & Hydrochloric Acid Supplementation

MTHFR Conditions & Hydrochloric Acid Supplementation

| March 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

There is a laundry list of medical conditions that doctors my age never had a class on in medical school. Conditions such as autism, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, caroli syndrome and PANDAs just didn’t exist. That’s only been since the 1980’s. The human genome could not possibly have changed that fast. Sooooo, why MTHFR all […]

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Carpal Tunnel & Hypothyroidism

Carpal Tunnel & Hypothyroidism

| October 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Think of carpal tunnel as running an engine with no oil or playing a fiddle with a dry bow. There’s a “wristband” of ligaments that wraps around your wrist called the transverse ligament. Bundled beneath it are ligaments and the median nerve that move and innervate your fingers. Each time you flex your fingers, it’s […]

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Symptoms of Hyper/Hypothyroidism

Symptoms of Hyper/Hypothyroidism

| September 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

You can be hyperthyroid (too much thyroid hormone) and hypothyroid (too little thyroid hormone) at the same time. It’s a hard to understand concept if you don’t understand critter/immune system science. Even if you do, this is an advanced Jedi doc case. This young mother of two has been bounced from doctor to doctor to […]

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Are Your Thyroid Levels Low?

Are Your Thyroid Levels Low?

| August 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

When a police officer conducts a sobriety test, he’s not practicing medicine. This is in spite of the fact that he performs a neurological exam and makes a “diagnosis” based on his findings. Why is this not practicing medicine? An excess of certain chemicals in the body manifests outwardly. Poor balance, slurred speech, droopy eyelids, […]

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Diabetes Detection

Diabetes Detection

| August 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Most “diabetics” have no idea they have diabetes.  The current classification of diabetes does not diagnose the condition until after years of damage has been done.  Using fasting blood sugar to detect diabetes is like putting you fire alarm in your neighbor’s home.  By the time the alarm goes off, your home already has significant […]

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Blood Work for Detecting the Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s

Blood Work for Detecting the Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s

| June 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is the train whistle signaling the oncoming progression of the brain inflammation that causes the freight train collision called Alzheimer’s. The inflammation causing Alzheimer’s is the exact same inflammation that causes “heart attacks, strokes, autoimmune conditions, asthma, kidney disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, osteoporosis, diabetes, cancer, etc. The difference is […]

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The Battle of Estrogen vs. Progesterone

The Battle of Estrogen vs. Progesterone

| May 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

“Estrogen Dominance” is a term often used to refer to a cluster of symptoms that result from too much estrogen influence. Hormones are the computer programmers of your cells. Normally, they function as a team – with each one having a specialty. Often one will balance the activity of another. Hormonal biochemistry is complicated, but […]

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Hypothyroidism In Pregnancy

Hypothyroidism In Pregnancy

| July 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

The first thing to do after pregnancy is diagnosed is to assess thyroid function. At the very least,this means getting a TSH. This Thyroid Stimulating Hormone test does not measure thyroid levels but a hormone that stimulates thyroid hormone production. Higher levels of TSH indicate low thyroid levels. TSH should be 1.0 or less. Low […]

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Are You Hypothyroid?

Are You Hypothyroid?

| July 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Millions of Americans suffer from undiagnosed hypothyroidism. Most of the so called diseases people are given medications for have a root cause in hypothyroidism. As thyroid levels decline, there is over growth of Candida yeast and other germs in the body. For every degree your body temperature falls below 98.6, there is an increase in […]

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